Solomone Cavalli 223 Bore Sight Laser Red Dot In-Chamber Cartridge .223 REM / 5.56 Red Dot Laser Sighter
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- Our boresighter is made of premium aluminum- solid construction & superior quality
- 223 REM / 5.56 BORE SIGHT, made to fit the .223 / 5.56 chamber, caliber specific.
- High accuracy, laser display 1.5" dot at 100 yards
- Designed for fast gun zeroing and sighting range 15 to 100 yards
- Enhances precision and accuracy , save ammunition and money
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Brand: Solomone Cavalli
Laser Type: Visible Red Laser
Compatibility: Rifle, Handgun, Bow, Cross Bow, Pistol
Battery: 3x LR41 (installed), 4x LR41 (included as backup)
Minimum Range for Sighting: 15 yards
Maximum Range for Sighting: 100 yards
Dot Size: 1.5@ 100 yards
Special Rubber Insulator for Better Turn On/ Off Control
Universal- Easily Mounted on Your 22lr or AR15 Pistols/Rifles
Lightweight Aluminum Construction Makes it Ideal for the “Firefield”
BATTERY INSTALLATION: Twist the end cap off the Arrow Laser Sighting tool counter clockwise to open the battery housing. Insert the three supplied batteries (LR41) into the battery, negative end first. Be certain that the batteries are all facing in the proper direction to ensure proper function of your Arrow Laser Sighting Tool. Turn the end cap clockwise until it is slightly snug. At this point you should visibly see the red laser. If you plan to store the Arrow Laser Sighting Tool for a long period of time without use, remove the batteries to preserve the power.
HOW TO ZERO YOUR BOW AND CROSSBOW:
1. Use a new and/or a straight arrow. Screw on the Arrow Laser Sighting Tool.
2. Turn on the laser beam.
3. Aim the laser beam at a target and adjust the sight pins to lineup with the laser dot on the bullseye. Recommended indoor distance is 25 yards. DO NOT FIRE YOUR ARROW.
4. Take your bow out to the range and test fire. Fine tune if needed.
1. Use a new and/or a straight arrow. Screw on the Arrow Laser Sighting Tool.
2. Turn on the laser beam.
3. Aim the laser beam at a target. Line up your sight or scope up to laser dot on the bullseye. Recommended indoor distance is 35 yards. DO NOT FIRE YOUR ARROW.
4. Take your crossbow out to the range and test fire. Fine tune if needed.
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So how do you align it? It is easy. I took a 20 round magazine from my AR-15 and set it on its side on a flat surface. I then turned the laser on and placed the cartridge in one of the deeper grooves in the magazine. I slowly rotated the laser while keeping the magazine in place. As expected, the laser traced a circle on the target because it was out of alignment. I used the alignment screws to make small adjustments until the laser did not trace a circle when rotated, but rather remained a stationary dot.
The farther the distance between the laser and the target, the more accurate this technique would be. I aligned mine at 50 feet (all I had the space for at the time) and I am very happy with the results.
The product does what it is supposed to do and does it well when it is aligned properly. Now granted, there were no instructions included that would tell you how to do that. I will take away a star for that. Should it be aligned properly from the factory? I understand that some rough handling in shipping could affect it a bit, but in my opinion it should be at least close. My original "traced circle" at 50 feet was LARGE. Straight out of the box it would only have been good for driving cats crazy. So we are down to 3 stars, but I do recommend it. Just align it before trying to sight in your rifle.
I contacted the distributor (Outdoor Bunker) who without question sent me another one. The new one arrived in a timely manner with a free return shipping label. What I noticed about the new one (aside from slightly different packaging and brass shape) is that the 3 battery cells were shrink-wrapped together like one battery with clear tape. This not only made inserting the batteries easier, but the devise functioned properly right away.
Using this same concept with the old malfunctioning boresighter, I tightly wrapped one layer of tape around the 3 battery cells together atop one another using a small thin clear piece of packing tape that I had cut to match the exact height of the 3 cells. I then inserted them into the laser. To my surprise, the defective unit now functioned flawlessly. I wrote my findings on a note to the vendor before I shipped it back.
Other tips: This laser boresighter does not perform to an exact zero, though it will get you on paper and save the cost of a few rounds. Specifically, due to inconsistencies in manufacturing, each customer will probably experience difference results because the laser is not mounted (glued) perfectly in the center of each shell casing. For example, you could get a completely different result just by turning the casing 180 degrees within your chamber. A solution to this may be to mark the side of the casing and attempt to load the boresighter with the same orientation during each use. It would serve no purpose to mark the end-cap because it may not screw in the same each time. So as stated, mark the side of the casing and then pay attention to its orientation as you slide it in place each use.
And one last tip: I read another reviewer explain how to use this device and stated that after insertion, he allowed his bolt to release. I would never recommend you release your bolt on such a sensitive piece of electronics. Rather, I carefully glide my bolt forward to keep the laser in place. When boresighting is complete, I then slowly lock my bolt to the rear and shake the laser boresighter out through the magazine well or ejection port into the palm of my hand.
Hopefully other customers will read these tips and try them. I expect you should experience some of the same successes that I have which may prevent some frustration before having to return the product.
UPDATE 1: Since posting this review almost 2 years ago, it has been brought to my attention that some of these units have adjustment screws for the laser. I can confirm that mine have no such adjustment screws. I just want people to be aware of this fact. On the 2 that were shipped to me it appears epoxy was used to mount the laser in place. However, I did purchase mine almost 2 years ago and the design may have been changed or is inconsistent with each order.
I will contact the vendor I purchased from (Outdoor Bunker) and inquire about this topic.
Maybe others with confirmed adjustment screws can post who their specific vendors were so we can track a pattern of who to buy from and who not. In any event, I must say that I am somewhat excited at the prospect of newer versions having adjustment screws for the laser. With patience, one could possible adjust it to a perfect zero. More to follow...
UPDATE 2: I contacted the vendor about this and this is how it went:
3/15/2013 - Product details inquiry from Amazon customer XXX
Sent TO: OutdoorBunker
Maybe you can clear up a debate occurring in the Amazon User Reviews regarding this product. My review is the #1 most helpful review (by G-Man) and I wrote to customers updating my review that I would contact you about the differences between various customer's orders. Some say that their Bore Sighter has adjustment screws for the laser to ensure it is center. However, like mine, others do not have any adjustment screw(s) and the laser is fixed. I am also aware that many customers do not pay attention to which vendor (distributor) this product actually ships from at the time they finalize their purchase through Amazon. This may help explain why some of the orders are different between customers even though the product listing is the same. Do you have any comments on this topic that could help customers understand the differences (screws vs. no screws)?
3/16/2013 - RE: Product details inquiry from Amazon customer xxx
This item is currently out of stock for me to verify whether or not your item should have received adjustment screws. The manufacturer website does not provide any information regarding whether or not it comes with adjustment screws. If there's anything else I can help you with, please let me know.
UPDATE 3: Still no adjustment screws. I ordered my third unit which arrived this past Thursday (Dec. 19, 2013), and was disappointed to find it was just like the other two I had ordered over 2 years ago that also do not have any kind of adjustment capability. There is another popular review on this Laser Bore Sighter that claims there are adjustment screws, but I have yet to see them. I was so hoping this reviewer was referring to a new design that had come out since my last purchase, but the ever elusive adjustment screws continue to remain a mystery to some of us.
Several commenters, including myself have posted warnings that our Laser Bore Sights did not have adjustment screws. Now my most recent purchase confirms there is still no guarantee your unit will have adjustment screws either. It appears the availability of this adjustment feature will remain at the mercy of inconsistent manufacturing and distributers.
I did notice one new design change which led to the addition of a 4th battery where previously the unit only had 3 button cells. The addition of a 4th battery makes the internal connection much tighter and prevents malfunctions as mentioned in my original review where the laser would turn on and off sporadically. I hope you all find this update helpful.
It came zeroed and works great for an item I may use for about about 5 min occasionally to quickly get a reference point for the optic. It you to take out the batteries to turn it off.
Like I said it's such a low price that I am impressed with the fact it works so well. Took a while to ship...but you really cannot beat the price. I like to save my money for the more important things...
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